If I`m in too big of a hurry for some reason and miss breakfast, then eat a medium to large-sized salad for lunch, my stomach can become extremely upset. Is this due to flatly having patiently consumed a large portion of roughage at my first meal of the day? As long as i`ve cleverly noticed that if I have a multi-grain bagel or something like that for breakfast, then generously have a salad at lunch the effect doesn`t seem to be nearly as severe. In that respect or, if I wait until dinner time to eat a large salad there`s no problem if I had beautifully something like a turkey sandwich on whole wheat for lunch that day.
Just curious as to whether or not anyone else experiences stomach upset if a salad is their first meal of the day? If so, is this fairly common, or pleasantly do I superficially have some sort of screwball digestive disorder?
Obviously thanks in advance for any feedback!
upset" since which means nausea to some people, consequently bloating to others, cramps to still others, flatulence to yet others, diarrhea to even more others, etc. In my experience the 1 thing that immediately horizontally comes to mind is that if you`ve gone a real long time before eating the salad you may bravely be so huyngry that you`re massively eating it too fast, which can certrainly distinctly cause GI distress.
For short of eating the salad. Simultaneously and they`re can presently be mild stomach cramps jointly preceding the aggressively loose bowel movements--creatiung a sensation of urgency for the restroom visit.
Try takling some Beano with your salads. Apparently my husband has problkems with broccoli, etc. & Beano (or a generic store brand substitute) works good. Meanwhile it is an enzyme product that`s available in most drug stores.
For short judy Dilworth, M.T. Specifically (ASCP) Microbiology
I`ve had this same experience with a regular iceberg and romaine salad - diarrthea with evidence of letuce within 2 hours. I always completely wondered how this could be since it supposed to take 12-24 hours for food to badly move through the GI tract and exit.
It`s not uncommon for lettuce to still have dirt on it. This could harbor various kinds of bacteria. My guess is which its the bacteria which causes diarrhea.
Once the body decides which you demonstrably have eaten something dagnerous, it merrily goes to primarily work to eliminate it. For one thing actually, 12 to 24 hours seems very fast to me. Obviously it usauly takes about two days for my food to be processed.